Computer cases may vary - specifications are exact. Kastner Auctions assumes no risk or liability, statutory, common law or otherwise whatsoever for the safety of those attending at the auction premises. The last of the Model T's was built on May 26th, 1927. One of my visitors has made a special request. Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
Kastner Auctions does not ship any alcoholic items lots. It was enough to hold most of the oil in the engine. Found out which parts we needed, and where to get them. Johnny is now 75 and rebuilt this car in 7 months. He assumes that it was assembled in the Ford factory in Geelong. We also tried to load at least one vehicle on a trailer to bring back each trip. Sidemount spare with leather cover and mirror.
Burnett is under indictment for possession of intoxicating liquor and his trial has been set for next week. Jobs and personal time are so precious when you are 23. Kyle and the shop that bears his name are producing some of the finest coach build hot rods in the world. Believe it or not, we had a very nice looking panel delivery within the next year and a half. All winning bidders shall be notified by email within the 24 hour bid verification period. It is a Canadian built model and is completely original and is driven everywhere.
Any shortfall from sale plus commission and expenses thereof shall be paid by the purchaser. A fine balance between deals and hard to find items. It is the bidders responsibility to inspect before bidding, to be certain that the item meets your standards and expectations. It is painted Ford maroon and black with vermilion red stripe and wheels. We can only combine shipping cost if items paid in one transaction. Needs final body work, paint on body only, and final assembly. Our feedback says it all.
You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices. Please include the name, location of auction, bidder number, phone number and brief description of items to pickup. . He was 15 at the time. We made it home and put the Truck in Al's Garage. Wiley and another man, believed to be Burnett, were riding toward Palestine when Deputy Constables John Neal and Olin Farish started after them.
Thirty-Five Years and counting, that test drive will just have to wait until spring. The purchaser shall also be liable for any rent or damages sustained by the auctioneer for failure to remove any lot. Make your own movies with this fashionable vintage car from the turbulent thirties. All winning bidders shall be notified by email within the 24 hour bid verification period. Dave Cradler calls my brother Tom, and says that he has a guy that has a panel delivery and wants to sell it.
This car has been in storage since 1969, The date of Manfacture is Jan 1928. Glassware that must be packed, pictures that must be wrapped, etc etc. Brown mohair interior, custom done not a kit. Lots of early original parts go with car. We had no idea how to paint the truck, so we continued our search. We went through the entire frame and drive train, and picked the best body parts to put on this diamond in the rough.
When about six miles from Palestine, the car occupied by Wiley and the second man met another car headed west. Kastner Auctions Limited assumes no responsibility for any liability once a bid is accepted. The prices were low even by the standards of 1927. The auctioneer may break down or consolidate any lot or lots at his sole discretion. Sellers and their agents are prohibited from bidding on their own assets.
Dennis Williams, for a ride in it. Danbury Mint 1:24 1931 Ford Model A Pickup - Diecast Zone · · · · Read Review Photography Customers Rating Danbury Mint 1:24 1931 Ford Model A Pickup Reviewed by: Tom Pine Though there were other makes, most folks who needed the practicality of a pickup chose Ford. Seeing the other projects and the amazing work just confirms we sent the car to the right place. The house behind it was built by me Dad - we moved in in 1948 or 49. We were so excited to have the truck home and all the parts that we had purchased, rebuilt, or made were being installed. I decided to restore the car in his honor and for my daughter, his Granddaughter to have as a keepsake of her Grandfather. Then we ran into a problem we never expected we would have.